- Boundless Immigration — an organization that empowers families to navigate the immigration system more confidently, rapidly, and affordably — announced it raised $7.5 million in funding and the acquisition of RapidVisa
Boundless Immigration — an organization that empowers families to navigate the immigration system more confidently, rapidly, and affordably — made a couple of major announcements recently. The company announced the acquisition of RapidVisa and closed $7.5 million in Series A-1 funding.
The RapidVisa deal will allow Boundless Immigration to help thousands of additional immigrants each year and improve organizational efficiencies. And the deal will double Boundless Immigration’s team size, allowing for faster application processing as well as tripling the number of immigration categories supported through technology like fiance visas, parent and children green cards, and tourist visas. The organization will also expand its global footprint, adding offices in Las Vegas, Manila, and Cebu City, Philippines along with their current Seattle headquarters.
In the past three and a half years, the Trump administration has implemented punitive and restrictive policies that have made filing for and obtaining legal immigration status exponentially harder than it was in 2016. And the consolidation of the two largest companies in the online immigration support industry will help break down the barriers that too many immigrants currently face.
“This acquisition is going to allow us to help more than 10,000 immigrants navigate an overly burdensome and complex process,” said Boundless Immigration CEO and co-founder Xiao Wang. “The move makes us the largest international online immigration company, expands our resources to support the best customer experience available, and helps us rapidly scale our business to even more categories.”
The $7.5 million Series A-1 funding round was led by Foundry Group. And the round brings Boundless’s total equity funding to over $18 million dollars since 2017. Along with Foundry Group, current investors including Two Sigma Ventures, Trilogy Equity Partners, Pioneer Square Labs, Forefront Venture Partners, and Kevin Mahaffey participated in the round.